Posts tagged Printables
Posts tagged Printables
Grey, blush and cream tones give a wedding a soft, elegant feeling with a dash of vintage flavor. I just love these colors together and want to share with you this lovely DIY favor box kit from Elli.com. Included you will find a paper box template that’s super easy to assemble, a collection of gift tags and a DIY paper rose to top off the favor box beautifully.
Set behind each guest’s plate as a wedding favor or give to your wedding party, or use them for whatever you like! Just simply click the link below, download and print.
** Project & Photo Credits Elli.com (Thank You!)
What You’ll Need:
STEP FIVE: Tie the instructions tag onto the handle with ribbon.
STEP SIX: Fill the box with blank love notes cards.
*** Project and Photo credits: Eighteen25 (Thank You!)
Click on the link below to download and print the free templates. Follow these easy step-by-step instructions on how to print, trim and finish the envelope liner.
To use the stickers simply print the template on #8293 Avery 1.5″ round sticker labels and apply. The font used is not available as a free download, so the PDF contains a full sheet of each letter of the alphabet. Just select the page that works for you! Happy Friday!
*** A special Thank You to the Elli Blog for sharing this great download.
Q. I am planning a recipe theme bridal shower for my sister. I would like to put the recipes together in a cute box as a gift. Do think a recipe box is tacky? Thanks
A. I think a recipe box is a sweet gift most brides will enjoy. You can have the guests write the recipes on matching cards to give it a cohesive appearance. Here are some Free Recipe Card Printables I found on Love VS. Design you might consider using.
KRAFT RECIPE CARD
CLASSIC RECIPE CARD WITH DIVIDERS
VINTAGE RECIPE CARD WITH DIVIDERS
Available in several colors.
RECIPE CARDS WITH DIVIDERS
Directions: Easy as cake to make.
1. Download printable to computer.
2. Print out cards on 8” x 11” cardstock
3. Trim using the crop marks with an X-Acto knife or paper cutter
The photo above makes me feel nostalgic for my youth. Some of my happiest childhood memories are visiting my grandparents in Myrtle Beach and eating cotton candy on the pier. No matter how old I get, cotton candy memories always make me smile.
If you’re looking for a unique, yet fun wedding favor this next tutorial is for you….
WHAT YOU WILL NEED:
Aqua Label | Download
Pink Label | Download
Green Label | Download
Print out your envelope design onto translucent, white polka dot paper and using the scalpel, cut out, score along fold lines (indicated by dotted lines) and construct your envelope. I’ve used double sided tape on the side tabs to stick the envelope together. Use the rounded corner punch on the corners of the lid.
Put your cotton candy into a sealable bag and make sure it is sealed thoroughly. Slip this bag into your translucent envelope.
Print our your labels and cut out with scalpel. For the rounded semi-circle edge, I found that cutting carefully and slowly with a scissors produced quite an accurate cut and I didn’t need anything more sophisticated than that.
If you are using white card, put a strip of double sided tape along the length of the back of your label and stick onto the front of the bag. (View photos for positioning).
*** Special Thank You …
I want to Thank my friends Tim and Cindy owners of Spinn Candy for inspiring this blog. They make the best hand spun cotton candy you will ever taste.
Spin Candy can help you with all your cotton candy needs whether for your wedding, birthday party, or a fundraiser program. They also offer wholesale programs for businesses.
For more information on ordering Cotton Candy, please visit Spinn City online or give them a call at: (908) 291-8190.
These sweet little cards are perfect for thanking your wedding guests or friends who celebrate with you at your housewarming party or anniversary bash. Print on white card stock, score and fold, and you’ve got quick, easy and super adorable thank you cards.
Download your bicycle thank you cards in pink, mint and blue
* Photo Credit: The Sweetest Occassion
Guest Blog: Miss Cutiepie
I’ve been at a few weddings where buffets are used for dessert. It has become quite popular, and for good reason. It saves you a bit of money and keeps the guests happy as there’s a lot to choose from and a great variety.
For today’s DIY we have some handy labels you can print on bags to use at your dessert table, be it for a wedding, kitchen tea, or birthday party . They can either be used while serving dessert, or as little doggy bags (there’s always plenty left afterwards – don’t want it to go to waste).
Believe it or not, but household (single feed) printers are the best for printing on paper bags. Bigger printers will most definitely get paper jams and create lots of frustration!
Here are some pointers to keep in mind:
1) Change your page size to A5 (or whatever is closest to your paper bags size), and remember to select “fit to page”.
2) Make sure you set the bag up properly in the feed tray of your printer with any loose flaps facing down, away from the side you want printed.
3) Don’t let the design go to close to the outer sides of the bag.
* Photo Credits:The Pretty Blog
Need a simple Mother’s Day card you can print immediately? Download this cute watercolor freebie right here. The finished card is 5.5” x 4.25”, sized for a standard A-2 announcement envelope. Be sure to print at 100% without a shrink-to-fit option checked.
* Photo Credit: Watercolor Mother’s Day Card by Jessica Jones